…in series with Bako The Young Entrepreneur (A Summary Of Entrepreneurship)
Entrepreneurship isn’t for everybody. The good thing is this; irrespective of what we do, we are all useful and contributing to the economy in one way or the other.
Here are the signs you aren’t one of them:
🔹If you can’t take the responsibility of creating or running a business.
An Entrepreneur is responsible for creating and running a business. They wear the cap.
🔹If you don’t have a growth mindset.
Entrepreneurs are always on the move, acquiring, growing and developing useful skills.
🔹If you lack the boldness to express and market your skills.
An Entrepreneur is always ready to show that he/she can do it, even better
🔹If you are usually comfortable with ‘the good condition’.
Entrepreneurs believe there’s always a room for improvement.
🔹If you are too afraid to fail.
Entrepreneurs are risk takers and failure is their toothbrush.
🔹If you are too emotional and sympathetic to another person’s losses.
Entrepreneurs take advantage of disadvantages to make profits.
🔹If you see money as evil.
Entrepreneurs love money.
The list goes…